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HMS 'Victory' towed into Gibraltar
With its loose handling and unfinished areas, this watercolour is likely to be a preparatory work for the large oil painting exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1853, the second of Stanfield's paintings of the battle of Trafalgar. The subject is 'Victory' towed into Gibraltar by 'Neptune' seven days after the storm which swept many ships into the bay between Cadiz and Cape Trafalgar.
- Image reference: D2575
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London